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St. Martin's Summer

The Bobbsey Twins on a Houseboat

Space

The Children of the Pool

Lotus Alley

Democracy

by Henry Adams

First published anonymously, March 1880, and soon in various unauthorized editions. It wasn't until the 1925 edition that Adams was listed as author. Henry Adams remarked (ironically as usual), "The wholesale...

Phineas Redux

Colonel Quaritch, V.C.

Service with a Smile

by Charles Louis Fontenay

Herbert was truly a gentleman robot. The ladies' slightest wish was his command....

The Keepers of the King's Peace

The Man Who Found Out

The Insanity of Jones

Maida's Little Shop

by Inez Haynes Irwin

This is the tale of Maida Westabrook, the motherless daughter of Jerome "Buffalo" Westabrook, Wall Street tycoon. Although Maida has had everything that money can buy and the devotion of her father, she has...

Sanctuary

The Marriage Contract

A Knyght Ther Was

by Robert Franklin Young

But the Knyght was a little less than Perfect, and his horse did not have a metabolism, and his "castle" was much more mobile—timewise!—than it had any business being!

Basilissa

Passages from a Relinquished Work

The Aggravation of Elmer

by Robert Andrew Arthur

The world would beat a path to Elmer's door—but he had to go carry the door along with him!

What Need of Man?

by Harold Calin

Bannister was a rocket scientist. He started with the premise of testing man's reaction to space probes under actual conditions; but now he was just testing space probes—and man was a necessary evil to contend...